Effects of Criminal Convictions

As well as the sentence imposed for an offence an offender may often suffer other consequences as a result of being proved guilty of the offence. Some of those consequences may last for life. Some of those consequences are laid down by law, but others are imposed by society - such as the loss of friends and employment problems.

Effects of Criminal Convictions  :  Last Revised: Mon Jan 18th 2016
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